More oblique Star Wars alphabet goodness, this time from artist Michael Fleming, who put something close to a year of spare time into creating the artwork for his alphabet of decidedly minor Star Wars characters. A female Yoda named Yaddle? Who knew?
Though it's nice to have an X besides X-ray--in this case, Xams, above, the alien archaeologists who helped deliver the Skywalker twins--Fleming's Star Wars alphabet is hampered by the ersatz nature of Aurebesh, the language that Lucas eventually cooked up when he realized it was crazy for Roman and Greek letters to show up a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. May the Force be with your kid as he tries to learn both at the same time.